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  • Human Spark

The Human Spark | Part 2: So Human, So Chimp | Trailer | PBS

Duration: 00:32
Program: Human Spark #102

Alan Alda joins researchers studying human children and chimpanzees to discover why we share some skills with our closest living relatives, but have far surpassed then in our most uniquely human capabilities. Though we both descend from a common ancestor and are genetically so similar, why are we worlds apart in our behaviors and abilities?

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Post Date: January 6, 2010